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Little Rock To Be Featured In New PBS Show

Little Rock To Be Featured In New PBS Show

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Emmy-Award-winning TV host Darley Newman will dedicate an episode of her new "Travels with Darley" show to Little Rock, tourism leaders announced Tuesday. It will air this summer on PBS. read more >

Antiques Roadshow Insiders’ Reception

Antiques Roadshow Insiders’ Reception

AETN welcomed the popular PBS program Antiques Roadshow to town and hosted a pre-event insiders’ reception at the Junior League of Little Rock Building. AETN board members, Antiques Roadshow appraisers and other special guests attended, and Whole Hog barbecue, cool beverages and mini pies were on the southern-themed menu. read more >

Professors on PBS TV Programs Boost UA Profile

Professors on PBS TV Programs Boost UA Profile

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On Wednesday, the TV series “Nova” will premiere its one-hour documentary special “Petra: Lost City of Stone” on PBS. University of Arkansas geoscience professor Tom Paradise, who has worked on the site in southern Jordan for 25 years, played a large role — on screen and off — in the production. read more >

Daisy Bates Documentary is Topic at Clinton School Thursday

Daisy Bates Documentary is Topic at Clinton School Thursday

Sharon La Cruise discusses her seven-year effort to reveal the life of civil rights activist Daisy Bates, who died in 1999, in her documentary Daisy Bates: First Lady of Little Rock at 6 p.m. Thursday (Feb. 16) at the Clinton School of Public Service, 1200 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock. Admission is free. read more >

PBS 'Frontline' Features Shiloh Christian, Arkansas High Schools In Documentary

PBS 'Frontline' Features Shiloh Christian, Arkansas High Schools In Documentary

A documentary crew began filming Shiloh Christian football players last summer. The Saints, one of Arkansas’ most successful and polarizing programs, agreed to let the Frontline crew document the season as part of a piece on the growth of high school football. Frontline cameras also made their way to Arkansas Children’s hospital to as two local players struggled with the effects of heat stroke. How do these storyline intersect? Tonight at 8 p.m. PBS airs “Football High,” a 60-minute documentary compiled in the state last football season. read more >

The Digital Me

The Digital Me

What does our dependence on iPhones, laptops, Twitter and YouTube mean for us? PBS tries to answer the question at 9 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 2, in a new "Digital Nation" documentary. I pose some questions – and struggles – of my own. read more >